15-January-2013

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Evaluation of Payment by Results: Current approaches, future trends

What does emerge strongly from the evidence base is that payment-by-results needs to be implemented as part of a package that includes other forms of supports and services. The underlying complexity of each intervention presents a serious challenge to implementation and evaluation, inhibiting meaningful generalisation without identification of the specific mechanisms at play.

15-January-2013

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Evaluation of Irish Aid Lesotho Country Programme (2008-2012)

Ireland is a long-standing partner to Lesotho. It is the only European mission of five bilateral missions that remain in Lesotho and as such the relationship is said to be highly valued by the Government of Lesotho. Moving the relationship between Ireland and Lesotho to a more strategic level requires clear identification of areas where strategic co-operation is possible.

2-January-2013

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Results: good, but too local - Summary of the cross-section evaluation Crisis Prevention and Peacebuilding

The evaluations clearly show that the projects and programmes themselves cannot influence overall political conditions, nor are they able to change local, much less national, power structures. That also means they must be able to adjust to swiftly changing conditions in order to retain their development policy-relevance.

31-December-2012

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Darfur Community Peace and Stability Fund Impact Assessment.

DFID conducted an impact assessment to understand how the activities funded by the Darfur Community Peace and Security Fund (DCPSF) are contributing to stabilizing communities in its target areas, especially in relation to the engagement of women and the young. This current impact assessment is commissioned by DFID for its own evaluation purposes and its findings will be shared with other donors contributing to the DCPSF.

31-December-2012

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Meta-Evaluation of Decentralised Evaluations in 2010 and 2011. Evaluation report 2012:8

The purpose of the fifth meta-evaluation since 1991 was to analyse and draw lessons from the projects evaluations of 2010 and 2011. It compared the findings with 2 previous meta-analysis and 2 other evaluations. OECD/DAC and EU quality standards, as well as many cross-cutting type objectives where used as criteria. The novelty in this meta-evaluation was to study projects of the ten evaluation reports included in the sample.

31-December-2012

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External Evaluation Report of Sierra Leone’s Youth Reproductive Health Programme (2007–2012)

Restless Development Sierra Leone has implemented the Youth Reproductive Health Program (YRHP) for five years (2007 to 2012), with funding from the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The project is rooted in the unique Restless Development peer-to-peer behavioural change model and harnesses the potential of ex-volunteers to sustain awareness raising campaigns.

31-December-2012

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International Reserves: IMF Concerns and Country Perspectives

In 2009-10, IMF Management advanced the argument that excessive reserve accumulation was jeopardizing the stability of the international monetary system. This evaluation traces the evolution of this thinking, in particular how it relates to the Fund’s longerstanding concern about the risks from global imbalances, and discusses reasons for the shift towards stressing the risks posed by excessive reserve accumulation.

31-December-2012

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Cross Programme Gender Evaluation - Final report

The Department for International Development of UK commissioned a formative evaluation to provide an early read on the coverage, effectiveness and likelihood of the current programme portfolio achieving DFID-Z’s Gender Vision Strategy. This report provides a theory of change relating to the ‘Road for Empowerment of women and girls in Zambia’.

31-December-2012

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Evaluation Matters - Evaluation concerns us all

An effective and efficient evaluation function is crucial for the African Development Bank’s efforts to continuously strengthen the effectiveness of its development initiatives. This evaluation provides an independent and external assessment, a fresh perspective, but one that is evidence-based.

31-December-2012

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External Evaluation of ICEIDA support to the implementation of FALP in Kalangala District

This report presents findings of the ICEIDA support to implementation of Functional Adult Literacy Programme (FALP) in Kalangala district Local Government. The main focus of the evaluation was to assess the outcomes and impacts of the Project and examine the effects on the beneficiaries. The evaluation paid special attention to the outcomes and impact of Functional Adult Literacy activities in Beach Management Units.

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